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This letter is regarding the article in the (July 20) Herald about a developer seeking to bar Newtown Township Supervisor John Mack from an upcoming vote on the proposed 245-unit multi-story …

We lived in Uhlerstown in the ‘70s and ‘80s and were members of Friends of the Delaware Canal. Last month, we took some friends there to show off our wonderful background. We were shocked to see …

July 29 was a wonderful day for the local community as the Burpee test garden at Fordhook Farm in Doylestown opened to the public. George Ball and his team did an outstanding job. Young families were …

I taught students English at Cheltenham High School from 1966 to 2001. My former students agree that they received an excellent education in our school district. There was proper oversight and …

Through the generosity of Marv Woodall and his wife Dee Ann, Poet’s Corner got its start in February of this year. Nothing is guaranteed beyond that.Marv has recently pledged to match up to $25,000 …

Referencing the article by Freda Savana concerning the Rainbow Room (Hundreds support Planned Parenthood’s Rainbow Room, July 20), I believe there should be no bias against the transgender …

I am extremely concerned about the legal system in our country. I am 91 years of age and, over the years, I have observed our legal system develop into a two-tiered legal system, one for the rich and …

A letter in the June 1 issue (“Don’t tie paying our debts to controlling future spending”) tries to argue that our government has no alternative but to continue to spend ever more than the …

I may have a friend who may want to open a website design business one day. But he has a strange “religion.”His “religion” tells him that LGBTQ+ people are evil and should be shunned. Ditto …

For the past 3+ years, we have tended to my mother’s resting spot in St. Isidore’s Catholic Church Cemetery (in Milford Township). It is lovingly known to us as “Mary’s Meadow.”

In response to the (April 20) Chatterbox column on the Oregon Trail, the tradition of hope and new beginnings embodied in the Oregon Trail is a chapter of the American Dream. Our Bucks County …

We all have a sense of inferiority, but we respond to it in different ways. Some of us try to be as good as we can to prove to everyone, and ourselves, that we aren’t inferior. Some of us, instead, …

Brian Fitzpatrick owes his constituents an explanation on a great deal of issues aside from his disingenuous promises on gun control. Not to understate his deceitful record on the topic, but taken as …

It has been chilling to once again hear of possible nuclear war. Something no one wants has been hinted at in press coverage of Putin’s war on Ukraine. As a long-time member of the Coalition for …

House Bill 1239, the Veterans Entering the Sustainability Sector (VETSS) Program Act, recently introduced in the PA House of Representatives by State Rep. Joe Webster, is a first-of-its-kind program …

Nobody wants a flat tire. Especially when you’ve left your phone at home (darn), there’s no one else on the road, and you are a 78-year-old woman who hasn’t changed a tire since age 16, when …

Kids across Pennsylvania are enjoying their summer break. And while school’s out and their parents are at work, it falls on all of us — parents, guardians, neighbors and community members — to …

I am writing to you today to write about something that I think is very important to me in my neighborhood. My home is in Yardley and my neighborhood —Sandy Run — does not have streetlights.

Walk in love

I loved reading the positive guest opinion from Aarati Martino who shared about her recent experience meeting, listening to, and learning from new people (Let’s hold the door open for everyone, …

I see that our allegedly bipartisan, consensus-seeking congressman Brian Fitzpatrick voted aye on the recent motion to censure Adam Schiff. I don’t know what wishy-washy explanation he would offer …

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